During a recent screening of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, episode 7, Hello Beautiful was able to catch up with Joseline Hernandez and ask her a few questions about her ride or die stance next to Steebie Jeh, whether his package is the reason she sticks around (he makes the same snarls as he does on the show, in the bedroom), and she even slips in a little advice for Mimi Faust (I love Mimi; she should stop crying over Stevie).
HB: What is it about Stevie J. that keeps you coming back? We’ve seen the package online and we want to know is that the main reason you stay?
Stevie J: You seen it? What it look like?
HB: I have no comment on that. I’m respecting your woman right here. I have no comment on that.
Joseline: Well, that’s all of Steve J and all of Joseline Hernandez. I own all of that right there, that belongs to me. But, I’m not going anywhere it’s not the package that’s keeping me where I’m at, I mean the package is the best thing…one of the best things he got but he’s a f**king genius. That’s what’s keeping me here. The way he thinks. He’s a genius. I’m not going anywhere.
HB: How did you both feel about Joseline being called a man?
Stevie J: Let me say something first, I’ve been in this industry for years and I f**k with all the baddest b***hes in the industry. So what would make a motherf**ker think that she wouldn’t be the ultra baddest b**ch in the game?
Joseline: Thank you daddy. I’m beautiful. I’m all woman and I’m more than woman. I’ve never had a problem with anyone telling me nothing like that. I have a fat a**, some big a** fake titties and some long a** weave for they a**. You know what it is, him and I together we’re like creatures, they don’t understand us. They can’t understand it. He’s been in the game for years and they don’t like him and they never will like him cause you know why? he run this sh*t he gon’ forever run this s**t and ain’t nobody seeing him.
HB: How do you feel about having your own Joseline language?
Stevie J: I believe that’s a phenomenon. It’s like a culture phenomenon. For people to retweet a language that they feel is a Joseline language. I feel like ebonics needs to step up with a check and give us that check so we can create the Joseline language.
Joseline: It’s crazy to me cause, I was born in Puerto Rico and I was raised in Miami. So of course when I was like 10 years old, I came to the States. So I do mix my English and my Spanish. But, I write English. I speak English. I write Spanish and I speak Spanish of course. I’m just a talented person, I turn all of that and put it in my music and it just becomes greatness. And if they don’t like it, they ain’t gotta like it and a lot of people like it because they always say speaking in my Joseline voice. It’s funny that I have my own language, I didn’t know I could make up my own language. [sic]
To read the full interview, head on over to Hello Beautiful.
Whoever did this interview, did a hell of a job translating for us.
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